just saw the film an hour or so ago. It’s pretty damn good. It’s my job to don’t enjoy Sci-fi films but that one is simply an enjoyable experience to look at.
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Just got back from a screening of The Darkest Hour and honestly this film was better than I anticipated. I confess, I hadn’t wanted to go at all but my friend insisted and so to keep the peace I went. Granted, the beginning is a uneven and it
I am a person who juggles my many music commitments with some free time, which I use to watch movies and listen to music. Save a few tolerable ones, a lot of the SyFy movies are terrible. Camel Spiders is no exception, in fact it is one of SyFy’s very worst.
We saw an advanced screening on Sept 22. I thought it was going to be another one of those cheesy, campy, not really believable, warm fuzzy, type of underdog/rags to riches movies.
While not strictly faithful to the game its still close enough to be relevant(think Dune movies vs. Books) and captures the theme of the games pretty well. And its not as if the games have such a fantastic story to begin with, at least not the newer titles.
A very unusual film screen-play, well written and shot, don’t expect any CGI effects here, this is a very down to Earth sci-fi that bears more than a passing resemblance to our current problem with world banks.
This movie is not only the worst movie of the summer, it could possibly be the worst movie I have ever seen. I took my two boys aged 7 and 4 to watch this sorry excuse for a movie. The boys actually were fairly entertained, but I must say they are not exactly seasoned veterans [...]
I’ve never seen anything so painfully familiar. Every move of Justine, her every word echoes with the heartache of a melancholiac.
I was invited to a free screening with a big group of friends in Atlanta. I thought it might be right up my alley and it definitely WAS. It’s similar to “Inception” (one of my very favorites), but simpler.
I was very fortunate to be at the World Premiere at SXSW in Austin and attended the Q&A after with James Duncan, Vera Farmiga, Michelle Monaghan, Jake Gyllenhaal and Ben Ripley.